Cofi-Com

Cofi-Com on the ground

Over more than 30 years importing coffee to Australia from around the world, Cofi-Com has developed strong ties with its Volcafe sister companies that operate in most growing origins.  These relationships give Cofi-Com an in-depth knowledge of the requirements and capabilities of farmers in these areas. It is this on-the-ground presence that gives the trader the ability to provide a range of coffees, from commercial blends to high-end speciality, to its roasting customers.
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Sasa Sestic

Sasa Sestic to present at Specialty Coffee Expo 2019

Ona Coffee and Project Origin Founder Sasa Sestic will speak on processing innovations at the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA)’s 2019 Specialty Coffee Expo on 13 April in Boston, United States. In Coffee Processing and the Future of Specialty: How Innovations in Processing Can Change Perceptions of Specialty Coffee, the 2015 World Barista Champion will present his findings from years of experimental planning and processing on coffee farms.
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Parmalat

How Parmalat Professional gets milk from cow to cup

Cow number 125 is always first to Stanvale Farm’s milk station each morning. Number 6389 is always one of the last.  “Cows are more intelligent than people give them credit for,” says Dairy Farmer Gordon Lockett. “They’re creatures of habit. They’re instinctive animals that understand routine and like consistency.” 
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Perth café launches promotion to support strawberry farmers

Family-owned Perth café Caffn8 is giving customers 10 per cent off their coffee when they display a receipt for a strawberry purchase they made that day. The promotion comes after a rash of incidents across Australia of people finding sewing needles inserted into strawberries. The contamination scandal has caused a crisis within the strawberry farming industry, with multiple businesses forced to recall products.
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